Reflecting on instances of racism, bias and discrimination in his own life, as well as recently publicized examples from across the nation, Pettigrew calls for unity through our shared humanity.
A Texas A&M professor of history says that not only do long wait times discourage people from voting, they disproportionately affect Black and Latino voters.
Data from more than 2 million 911 calls show that race is a key determinant of force, researchers say, especially in majority-Black neighborhoods.
Texas A&M Africana Studies specialist Rebecca Hankins explains the holiday and urges structural changes for black Americans.
After the Supreme Court's ruling protecting LGBTQ workers from discrimination, a Texas A&M professor explains the benefits of inclusive workplaces.
Texas A&M hosted educators from across the state who work to help international grad students, for whom English is not their primary language, to be teaching assistants.
This week and over the weekend, a number of university officials took to social media and other channels to express condolences, condemn racism and reinforce that hate is not an Aggie value.
Texas A&M women and security expert Valerie Hudson explores the "first political order" in any society: the one between men and women.
The Public Policy Research Institute, along with Duke University and the University of Houston, will track Harris County's historic bail reform agreement that governs what happens to people arrested on misdemeanor offenses.
A Texas A&M professor's research identified five factors that can affect a woman's career after leaving the workforce for a period of time.